Am Freitag, den 13.05.2005, 23:42 -0700 schrieb Greg Fischer:
> http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/numeric-type-overview.html
> That's it right there!  Before 5.0.3, they were unpacked, meaning
> saved like a char.  Now they are packed, fixed point numbers.  This is
> screwing up the python functions for fmt.
> 
> Well, I was trying to NOT redo all that code, but looks like I will
> have to if I want to run the new mysql.  I have tons of reports using
> dtml and fmt.   I think I'll stick with 5.0.0 for now until I have
> time for that. (spent it all trying to figure out where my problem
> was!)
> 
> Though, I might just switch to Firebird if I have to do some code
> changing on my app anyway.  It's a bit more mature than Mysql's new
> stuff. (considering it's still in beta)  Mysql is just so easy.

Maybe postgres is an option too? At least its a bit more
mature and doesnt have problems with high concurrency.



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